Former reality TV star Chandra London “Deelishis” Davis was reportedly attacked by her estranged fiancee over the weekend, causing her to jump out the window to seek safety. Davis, who battled for Flavor Flav's heart on VH1's Flavor of Love 2, was assaulted Sunday at her home in Franklin Hills, Mich.
Davis' estranged lover, alleged drug dealer, Orlando Gordon, burst through the front door striking her in the face. With both of her children in the house, Davis who was sleeping in her daughter's room, ran into her master bedroom room where her friend, comedian Michael Blackson, was sleeping. Blackson, who had done a show a day earlier, was chased and hit in the face by Gordon. Once he made his way into the bedroom with Davis, she jumped out a two-story window to escape. “Davis was in a lot of pain from her right wrist,” stated the police report which also revealed that she had “blood on her right hand.”
Amid reports that she was attacked by a “pack of angry strippers,” the 35-year-old, went online to say that her injuries were a result of slipping on slippery stairs in expensive shoes, never making mention of the real story.
Her manager also followed suit. “I don't know nothing about no alleged assault,” she said.
Court records indicate that Davis was assaulted by Gordon who was free on bond stemming from a federal drug indictment for trafficking. Prosecutors have asked a federal judge to revoke his bail due in part to the aforementioned attack. “Gordon has engaged in criminal conduct that endangers the community—from driving while intoxicated to assault and home invasion,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Steven Cares pointed out in a court filing. “These criminal acts show that no set of conditions can responsibly assure the safety of the community and Gordon's bond should be revoked.”
The request will be considered by U.S. District Judge Sean Cox, on March 12. Gordon's federal trial is set to start in April.